Tomorrow evening marks the 21st episode of the IgNobel Awards, handed out every year in increasingly bizarre ceremonies at Harvard University. io9's rookie science reporter Robert Gonzalez will be there live and in person to witness the madness as scientists are given awards for research that makes you laugh, and then think. Hosted (and invented) by io9 pal Marc Abrahams, editor of The Annals of Improbable Research, the IgNobel Award ceremony will be a night you won't forget — especially if you watch it live on io9 via the wonders of YouTube.

The ceremony starts tomorrow at 7:30 PM Eastern time. Watch for a post on io9 with the live feed. Also, bring paper airplanes. Trust me.